A supervised field experience designed to give students an opportunity to apply the skills and methodology of the discipline of history in a variety of settings so as to expose them to the broad range of contemporary applications for their formal education. Placements may take place in a variety of public settings including but not limited to: areas such as businesses and industry, government and public service, non-governmental organizations and international agencies, information management and preservation, resource management and land use, and education and training.
Not offered every year See department chair. Pass/fail course.
Completion of HIST 310 with a minimum grade of a C+. Students may include a maximum of 6 sem. hrs. in their history major, a maximum of 3 sem. hrs. of practicum in their concentration or minor, and a maximum of 9 sem. hrs. in their degree.